Microstrip Antenna Design Handbook
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Dodał/a książkę:Wojciech Polak
Based on Bahl and Bhartia's popular 1980 classic, Microstrip Antennas , this all new book provides the detail antenna engineers and designers need to design any type of microstrip antenna. After addressing essential microchip antenna theory, the authors highlight current design and engineering practices, emphasizing the most pressing issues in this area, including broadbanding, circular polarization, and active microstrip antennas in particular. Special design challenges, ranging from dual polarization, high bandwidth, and surface wave mitigation, to choosing the proper substrate, and shaping an antenna to achieve desired results are all covered.With more than 400 illustrations, and over 1600 equations and analytical techniques for all types of common microstrip antennas -- plus examples and design curves for quick checking -- this practical handbook saves you hours of expensive design time while helping you achieve peak antenna performance.Whether your work involves antennas for electronic warfare, mobile and personal communications, or even intelligent highway systems, this comprehensive handbook strengthens your knowledge of microstrip antennas as a class, and guides you in their practical applications in modern communications systems, including those for satellite links, mobile communications and wireless local area networks.